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Jude Joffe-Block
KJZZ Senior Field Correspondent Jude Joffe-Block caught the radio bug while assisting a radio reporter in Mexico, and has been happiest wearing headphones and pointing microphones ever since.Joffe-Block began serving KJZZ in October 2010 as a Fronteras: Changing America Senior Field Correspondent based out of Las Vegas, Nevada.
Sept. 20, 2013
Tucson hopes to cut down on bag litter
The Tucson City Council has passed an ordinance aimed at reducing the city’s reliance on plastic shopping bags. Tucson Councilman Paul Cunningham is the plan’s sponsor. After hearing residents complain about plastic bag litter, he put together a working group.
Sept. 20, 2013
Budget cuts may shut down Goodyear airport control tower
The major tenant at the Goodyear Airport says shutting down the control tower, under the sequester budget cuts, could force it to go elsewhere to train pilots. Matthias Kippenberg of the Airline Training Center of Arizona, says dozens of planes perform takeoffs and landings there every day.
Sept. 20, 2013
Maricopa County Attorney responds to criticism, addresses immigration reform
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery talked about federal efforts to approve comprehensive immigration reform and whether his office's identity theft prosecutions could affect whether some undocumented immigrants could become eligible to be on a path to U.
Sept. 20, 2013
Fire danger high in southeastern Arizona over holiday weekend
Southern Arizona forest officials said the wildfire danger is high, and they want people to be careful with campfires over the holiday weekend. Although the warm weather is only beginning to set in, the threat of wildfires is already a concern in southeastern Arizona.
Sept. 20, 2013
E. coli threat prompts recall of some frozen food in Arizona
A major producer of frozen foods is recalling products distributed in Arizona and several other states because of concerns about E. coli contamination. David McAtee of the Yavapai County Health Department says the voluntary recall involves Farm Rich Brand frozen meals and snacks, produced between Nov.
Sept. 20, 2013
Howard Gray School caters to needs of autistic students
Howard Gray School at Banner Mental Health Facility in Scottsdale (Photo by Steve Shadley - KJZZ) English teacher Dave Bachmann (Photo by Steve Shadley - KJZZ) Kids with autism don’t always do well in public schools.
Sept. 20, 2013
McCain: China could stop North Korea
Senator John McCain says the saber-rattling coming out of North Korea could be a problem. McCain told interviewers on CBS' Face the Nation on Sunday, China could help stop North Korea. “China does hold the key to this problem,” McCain said.
Sept. 20, 2013
Bureau of Land Management offers reward for arrests in archaeological vandalism
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is investigating the vandalism of an archaeological site just over the Arizona state line near Blythe, Calif. Some of the graffiti at an archaeological site.
Sept. 20, 2013
ASU researchers develop tiny lasers to speed computing
Researchers at Arizona State University have worked for years developing a tiny laser invisible to the naked eye. See if you can spot the nanolaser at an ASU engineering lab. Hint: it's 1/100 the width of a human hair.
Sept. 20, 2013
State scrutinizes city use traffic cams
Arizona is tightening up its rules regarding photo enforcement cameras on roadways. Gov. Jan Brewer signed a law last week requiring cities to prove there’s a legitimate safety need before installing the cameras on state roads.
Sept. 20, 2013

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